3-Day Tour (Evangelics)
Jerusalem. Excursion To The Old City steps of Jesus
After a stunning view of the city from the revered MOUNT OF OLIVES, continue to the GARDEN OF GETHSEMANE, where Jesus prayed the night before his arrest.
A visit to the Jewish quarter . Follow the VIA DOLOROSA with its nine Stations of the Cross, marking the path Jesus walked on the way to his crucifixion.
A visit in the Garden of tumb .
The place where we Protestants is the holy grave.
From their we’ll continue to the WESTERN WALL, and MOUNT ZION and visit the UPPER ROOM, where Jesus and his disciples had the Last Supper; the TOMB OF KING DAVID;
If time let us A visit in the Foz museum.
A life time changing experience.
Sea of Galilee. Excursion to Nazareth ( mount of precipitation)Mount of Beatitudes–Tabgha–Capernau-Jordan River– Start our day with a visit in Nazareth the mount of prececitation visit the MOUNT OF BEATITUDES, where Jesus delivered his Sermon on the Mount.
Next, visit the CHURCH OF THE MULTIPLICATION OF LOAVES AND FISHES at Tabgha, as well as the CHURCH OF ST. PETER’S PRIMACY, where Jesus instructed Peter “to feed my lambs and tend my sheep.” Warm springs once flowed into the sea here, attracting fish, which is why Peter came here to earn a living. On to CAPERNAUM, where Jesus recruited his first followers among the fishermen. Arrive at the Jordan River and visit a BAPTISMAL SITE. Over night in kibuz Genosar.
Tel Aviv– Caesarea–Megiddo–Muhraqa–Sea of Galilee Your tour of the Holy Land begins with a walk through the beautifully restored ancient Caesarea, the perfect place to learn about the Roman and Crusader presence in the country. Visit the ROMAN AMPHITHEATER and the impressive CRUSADER FORTRESS, and admire Herod’s Stadium and harbor.
In the afternoon, travel to the ancient fortified city of Megiddo—one of the world’s most important biblical sites. According to the New Testament, the Battle of Armageddon will be the final struggle between good and evil, prompting the return of Jesus to defeat the Antichrist and cast Satan into the abyss. Continuing north, pass through Baron Edmond de Rothschild’s vineyards and apricot groves to Mount Carmel, considered the most holy of all mountains in ancient times. At Muhraqa, site of Elijah’s contest of faith with the priests of Baal, enjoy a sweeping panoramic view of the fertile Jezreel Valley, where Gideon led the Israelites to victory against the Midianites.